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Category Archives: active learning
This post describes a recent assignment in our Swedish 2 course. Students are required to study Scandinavian languages. The teacher used the current TV show, Skam, as a theme. Students were required to create films to show their learning. We … Continue reading
article written by guest blogger, John DiMaria (Director of Innovation and Technology at Stiftelsen Viktor Rydbergs skolor) Every teacher, student, parent and school leader has their focus on learning. Whether it’s grades, feedback, problem-based or individualized; the goal of schools … Continue reading
Year 1 students at VRG recently put their French skills to the test. It was not a written test, it was a creative test. After visiting the Old Town in Stockholm and reviewing travel vocabulary, students were challenged to create … Continue reading
Originally published at: www. innovatemyschool.com Read a true example from our Geometry class. The entire blog article can be found here>>
Guest blogger: Maria Axelsson and Anja Vikingson This is a busy fall for our libraries and our librarians. There are many activities and a lot of development happening. And, with that, a lot of transformations, just like outside! First, we … Continue reading
Our Lead Teacher, Robin Smith, explains in this article how he uses Word Feud to build vocabulary. Need the article in English? Open the link and translate the page in Chrome. Click here>> to read the full article.
(Guest blogger: Lead Teacher, Patrik Friggebo) New school year and our physics project at VRG Odenplan is starting its second and last phase, exciting! This year, we will focus on Physics 2. For those who do not know, I can … Continue reading
At VRG, we believe, “Art and Science go Hand-in-Hand.” Yet, what does that really mean for students who study business? To kick-off their senior year, students in VRG Djursholm Economy program visited the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) Art … Continue reading
Guest blogger: Jonas Kärnström, Lead Teacher at VRS Djursholm Can we improve student focus and, ultimately, their academic results by having them “move more”? I have been thinking about this notion for some time. I have read studies about just … Continue reading
Guest bloggers: Robin Nordström, Alice Corneliusson, Sahand Salary For the eighth year in a row, the Student Global Leadership Institute (SGLI) brought more than 70 high school students from 23 schools in 9 countries to Hawaii. The three high school students … Continue reading